Month: June 2024

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EINE FAHRT DURCHS ÖTZTAL

In Eine Fahrt durchs Ötztal we can notice, in addition to the picturesque landscapes and villages visited, a special focus on the people encountered and the tourists themselves, further enhanced by important close-ups or shots in which we can see them intent on their activities.

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THE LIFE OF SEAN DELEAR

The Life of Sean DeLear is in no way intended to show us a personal drama. On the contrary, what we are faced with is a sparkling, lively, cheerful, ironic and self-ironic documentary. A true hymn to life, to a life for which one has fought so hard. At the Frameline Film Festival 2024.

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STILLS: A MOVIE

Stills: A Movie is a stream of consciousness, an affectionate and nostalgic look at what has been and what, even if only in the form of cards or photographs, continues to be today. What if, instead, it is primarily a simple yet complex reflection on art in all its forms? It is up to the viewer to draw his or her own conclusions at the end of the screening.

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DAS SCHWEIGEN DER ESEL

Das Schweigen der Esel, while boasting a tension-filled narrative development, further enhanced by a sophisticated parallel editing, also presents a touch of welcome, typically Austrian irony, as well as, of course, numerous references to feature films of the past, as well as to literary classics.

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HARBOUR PEARLS

Courageous, exaggerated, funny, Harbour Pearls is in every way ‘the performance we don’t expect’. A visually sophisticated and captivating short film urges us to look at the world from a different perspective.

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THE LITTLE ONE

The little One is a contemporary fairytale that could happen today, just as it could have happened yesterday. A timeless fairytale set in a world where time itself seems to be, unfortunately, completely limited.

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ÖSTERREICHISCHER FILMPREIS 2024 – THE WINNERS

The Österreichischer Filmpreis 2024 were awarded at the Wiener Rathaus. Great satisfaction for the feature films The Devil’s Bath by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala (which won eight awards, including Best Film, Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Actress in a Supporting Role) and Rickerl by Adrian Goiginger, which won awards in four categories, including Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor in a Leading Role (Voodoo Jürgens).